Well, here it is again. I've gone through my things again and whittled down some more. I still have lots left from the last time, though, so the list is still HUGE. It contains not only stamps from SU! but stamps from other companies. There are still a couple of wheels. There are still punches, dies, embossing folders, texture plates, letterpress plates, albums, scrapbook kits (Close to My Heart, Leaving Prints, and others), paper, ink pads, ink spots, ink refills, kits (including Paper Pumpkin), tools, coloring media, decorative vinyl, and a bunch of other stuff! If you don't see something you are looking for, ask me, and maybe I'll have it and decide to sell it.
I decided to sell my ink pads and spots individually because the color palette has changed so much over the years that designating something "Bold Brights" when it is now called "Bolds" and contains different colors is confusing. I am selling all of my spots. Some I never opened, and so you will see NIP.
As far as paper went, I made the decision to stick to just paper that is NIP, i.e., New in Package, which means it has not been opened or is otherwise completely intact. I have donated all the rest to a friend's Sunday School program.
Can't remember what something looks like? Usually, you can find pictures through Google of anything you are curious about, but if you are unable to find something and you are interested, email me and I'll take a picture and send it to you. For items that are new in the package, I won't open the package to do so.
And, yes, you will find current items on here. Now that I am not a demonstrator, it is perfectly okay for me to sell my personal property.
My Sale Policies:
- First and foremost, while I no longer am a demonstrator with Stampin' Up!, I have decided NOT to sell across international borders out of respect to my friends who are demonstrators and, honestly, because I just don't want to deal with customs forms, and that includes Canada. Sorry 'bout that.
- Second, the way it works is you email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell me what items you are interested in. If I have all or some of your items, I will temporarily hold your items for you and send you a total with shipping. You will reply whether you want them at that price, then I send you a Paypal invoice. Once you pay it, I mail out your items. Yes, I am aware there is a way of getting out of paying the Paypal fees, but I don't do this because using the invoice method protects both of us if something happens to the items on their way to you.
- If you don't reply to my first email in a timely way and I have other people interested in the items, I will send you one more email to confirm that you still want them. If you don't reply to that, the items will go to the next person on the list. I do make every effort to let the first person who contacts me about an item buy it, but I don't hold items for more than 4 days before I go on to the next person. Items that other people have reserved say PENDING. If they have sold, they will say SOLD or INVOICED. If you want to wait to see if a sale goes through, let me know what you want and I'll hold the items that are available until I can give you a definitive answer.
- Third, I mail Priority Mail only. I work at mailing at the lowest cost possible, but with priority mail I don't have to worry about buying insurance or finding a box or envelope. Usually the difference between parcel post and Priority is negligible. I do round up the amount I pay for Priority postage to cover the label I print and and any tape I might use.
- If you purchase more than is covered by the standard amount of insurance through priority mail ($50), I will offer you the option of purchasing additional insurance. This protects your investment in what can be expensive and/or impossible to replace items. If you choose not to purchase the extra insurance, I can't reimburse you more than the standard $50 that the package is covered for if the package is lost. I will say that in the 10 years or so I have been selling my retired stuff online, I have never had a package get lost on the way to the buyer.
And now on to the meat of the matter. Here is the PDF:
Typepad is not cooperating with my Excel file, so this is all I have for you to look at. I think everyone has Adobe Reader by now, so you should be fine. If not, you can pick it up at Adobe.com.